Roasted garlic hummus and kale wrap was yesterday's lunch. With a side of sesame buckwheat noodles. .
If you told me 10 years ago I'd be eating this way... I would've believed you lol.
I grew up very picky about eating meat.
I ate it. And enjoyed it. But it HAD to be cooked a certain way, look a certain way, couldn't be fatty. Or too chewy I really don't know why I bothered. Lol well, yes I do. I thought I needed meat to survive...
But In the last 6 years being #meatfree (minus nibbles of turkey the past few TG's☺)..
My digestion has improved dramatically.
My weight is easier to control.
I don't feel sluggish.
And I no longer have cramping. (ladies you know) ..I can't say not consuming animals and their by products is for everyone. I don't believed that.
But being meat free is definately for me.
If you've ever thought about not eating meat or eating less and don't know how, find a handfull of enjoyable healthy alternatives first ( recipes, restaurants) to help you transition. Make sure you still consume all nutrients in the right amount for your body to avoid deficiencies. Oh and make multivitamins your bestie.
Major shout out to @peaksherpa for their generosity! Peak Sherpa makes these awesome meals that are made with Tsampa- a sprouted barley that is a staple to the Himalayan people. They are the perfect backpacking food and we are so #stoked to have a supply for our trip! Check them out!
Enjoyed foodfest with my family and friends! We get to eat, play, and enjoy a lovely concert! But most of all the fireworks, that were so big and amazing! Thanks to @brentmanila for making this moment happen once more!